Martins Bräu Pils - Martins Bräu Erste Freiburger Gasthausbrauerei
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by Monsteruss:
4/5 rDev +12.7%
The first experience of this beer was when I poured it into the glass was the light beigh foam that dissapated quickly. The color was of a light honey. Mouthfeel - light and flavorful. Taste - light wheaty and hoppy with a light and friuty aroma. This would be Belgium's answer to American mainstream ales.
04-06-2009 22:58:40 | More by Monsteruss
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United Kingdom (England)
2.59/5 rDev -27%
0.3 Litre, in a tall glass in the BrewPub on 11th Sep 2013.
Pale golden and cloudy with a full white head.
Almost odourless, with mild hints of yeast and citrus notes.
Refreshing, but bland, yeasty feel to the whole tasting with a dry finish: a typical German BrewPub pils with nothing to make me want another.
09-26-2013 20:34:17 | More by BlackHaddock
4.2/5 rDev +18.3%
The dense and beautiful head faded quickly into a thin collar on a surprising almost white body. The smell and the taste I found very nicely fruity with a nice and refreshing emphasis on lemons. It has some similarities with the Inselhopf brewed by the other brewpub in town, Feierling, but the lemon aspect is definitely more pronounced here. The hops presence is quite subdued for a Pilsener, and I appreciated than, not being a fan of the overly dry and hoppy beers of the style. Mouthfeel was rather round and enjoyable. One of the most drinkable pilseners Ive had (although the sweet aspect might be boring after a few pints).
08-10-2004 21:27:34 | More by tjd25
Martins Bräu Pils from Martins Bräu Erste Freiburger Gasthausbrauerei
- out of 100 based on 6 ratings.